Grammar
Figurative Language
Writing
Literary Terms
RANDOM!
100

A mark you use at the end of a sentence that shows the writer is excited. 

What is an exclamation point?

100

A comparison of two or more things for emphasis (example: her cheeks were roses)

What is a metaphor? 

100

This mark separates words or lists in a sentence.

What is/are commas?

100

1st, 2nd, or 3rd Person. 

What is point of view? 

100

The state capital is Phoenix.

What is the capital of Arizona?

200

This ending punctuation is used for a statement. 

What is a period? 

200

A comparison using like or as

What is a simile? 

200

How long is a paragraph?

What is 5 sentences minimum.

200

A book that is made up and not true. 

What is fiction? 

200

The third planet from the sun

What is Earth?

300

This is punctuation is used a the start of a sentence.

What is a capital letter?

300

Exaggeration used in figurative language. 

What is Hyperbole? 

300

Changing your writing before your final draft/publishing.

What is Editing? 

300

The person/place/or thing that is having conflict with the main character.

What is an Antagonist? 

300

This is the capital of the United States.

What is Washington D.C.

400

Examples are: he, she, they, or them.

What is a pronoun? 

400

Giving human traits to a non-human.

What is Personification?

400

This gives description in your writing. 

What is an adjective? 

400

The main character of a book.

What is a Protagonist? 

400

This is the name of the galaxy we live in.

What is The Milky Way?

500

This punctuation mark is used before listing items in a sequence

What is a colon? 

500

The opposite of Figurative Language is....

What is Literal Language?

500

Examples of this are a person's first name or a name of a restaurant. 

What is a proper noun? 

500

This is way of categorizing books. 

What is Genre? 

500

California, Oregon, and Washington state make up this coast. 

What is the west cost? 

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